The Study of the Irises
As we look into the eyes we are able to see and study the structure, certain signs, and patterns of the irises which reveal clues of cellular activity, tissue health, genetics, potential pathological deficiency, spinal anomalies, and personality traits. About 28,000 nerve endings in the irises allows impressions from the entire body to be seen in the eyes. The iris is connected to the Central Nervous System (Brain + Spinal Cord) which relay messages back to the irises corresponding to each specific location in the body; it encompasses every tissue, organ & system. Iridology helps you understand your inherent strengths and weakness. Learning how to make wise lifestyle choices will help defend against any ailment arising from genetic inheritance.
Iridology correlates Mind, Body, Spirit connection: Body: reveals constitutional markings, strengths + weakness, inflammation, well-being; Mind: how an individual receives, responds + reacts; Spirit: destiny patterns revealed , traumas + wounds.
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The Iris was named after the Egyptian goddess Auset, or the Greek name, Isis.
1,000-year-old stone slabs found in West Asia shows the relationship of iris to parts of the body.
Ancient Ethiopian (Kush) scrolls show the eyes as the major components of healing.
In 1922, silver plates with iris pictures were discovered in
King Tutankhamun’s tomb
The museum in Egypt, Cairo depicts statues of Pharaohs and Priests with different color eyes; no two eyes being the same.
Archeology more than 3,000 years old, reveals Egypt, India, and China studied the iris correlating it to the organs of the body.
Fast forwarding to modern times 1950’s, Dr. Bernard Jensen pioneered the science of Iridology in the U.S. developing a comprehensive Iridology chart, used today, showing location of the organs as they reflect in the iris of the eyes.